On November 20, the Russian Emergencies Ministry dispatches the first humanitarian convoys to Nagorno-Karabakh. Construction materials will be delivered by special transport to restore social infrastructure and houses of the affected population.
The Ministry has formed two convoys that will deliver humanitarian aid to Stepanakert. 35 pieces of equipment and about 40 personnel were involved.
The Russian Emergencies Ministry's grouping together with representatives of municipalities continues to assess the damage caused during the inspection of damaged buildings in Stepanakert, Martakert, Martuni and Askeran. To date, 43 settlements have been checked, more than 2.6 thousand objects have been examined, of which more than 2.4 thousand residential buildings, including multi-apartment buildings, and more than 220 important public facilities.
In addition, the communication specialists of the mobile command post of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia, together with local rescuers, installed a VHF repeater at the prevailing height in Stepanakert - special equipment to provide a group of Russian rescuers with reliable radio communications.
Let us remind you that the department's operational group has been working in Stepanakert since November 16.